Monday, March 18, 2013

Water Dribble Technique

Spring is the time for new beginnings...and I am hoping that this year will be no exception. I am very much interested in new opportunities this year. Now...for the spring part...if only that were has been miserable here for the last few days and it's not looking much better for the rest of the week.

So today's technique share is a technique that I presented to my Stamper's Club last month. It is called a Water Dribble technique and it's such a simple way to create a cool background.
Take a piece of cardstock and sprinkle water from your fingers onto it. Then take a very large clear block and brayer ink all over it. Place your water dribbled cardstock upside down onto the clear block and brayer over the back of it to ink it. And voila! The original technique can be found here.
So here is my card....

I would love it if you would leave a comment below sharing your favorite simple background technique...

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